Tuesday, January 22, 2013


Hillary Clinton?

Sure, why not?

I sincerely hope the GOP continues to put up the same caliber of candidates as they did last year. Keep holding them Tea Party rallies, boys...they really show the nation just how extreme your party has become!

And don't forget, there's still lots of good ol' conservative reasons to continue your "War on Women"! It worked out so well the last time.

The only way the Republicans can possibly win in four years is if they become more like (get ready) the DEMOCRATS!


Doc Häagen-Dazs said...

You're definitely wrong here, ironically. If anything typlifies GOP selection of candidates, it's the degree of entitlement between candidates. As in "Who's turn is it?"
If the Dems go for Clinton, they'll be playing the GOP's losing game. She's yesterday's talent. (Not to be minimized. Fresh flesh and new blood is the winning game.

Anonymous said...

Wrong! I believe she would win handily with strong support from the same groups that voted heavily for President Obama; women and minorities.

Doc Häagen-Dazs said...

That's Republican thinking for you. Good luck with your sentimental favorites routine.

lakezoarian said...

Hillary is the CFR's choice. And that's wrong for US. But one shining moment from today's Benghazi hearings came from our new Senator Chris Murphy. Showed some real balls~

"If some people on this committee want to call this tragedy the worst since 9/11, it misunderstands the nature of 4000 plus Americans lost in the War in Iraq under false pretenses."


Doc Häagen-Dazs said...

Yeah, Hillary was definitely casting pearls before some of the swine in Congress. One of them had delusions of being president. Republicans outwore their mantel of foreign policy expertise when they voted (twice!) for Geo Bush and his Iraquagmire.